RN Research Coordinator (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – October 17, 2018
There is a lot of autonomy now that we have been through so much transition and all employment slots are full with qualified employees. I do not feel that for the amount of experience I have that I am equally compensated. there are so many great things that outweigh the negative. Overall a good place to work but have to work a second job to make ends meet. the art therapy is a life saver for the patients and staff. The annual Childrens Christmas party is the highlight of the year.
IS Operations Analyst Level 2 (Current Employee) – Gainesville, FL – October 12, 2018
One of the best Job you will find in Gainesville, Fl Pay is far and some Departments have lots of have lots career growth. Upper management does not care about employees. The man concern will always be the bottom line.
UF Health is a pretty good place to work. There does not seem to be great upward mobility but the overall culture is good. The benefits are fair and wages are typically a little below average against comparable positions at other locations.
The best part bout working with this company is it's diversity. People from a variety of cultures and ethnic backgrounds come to work and study here. There are so many people to interact with and a lot of new things to learn.
Much gossip, and non-repect if you are not in the right clique
Manager (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – September 24, 2018
A good place to start when right out of school. However, it still has the mentality of a city hospital. Write ups, and catching you doing wrong are the general operating procedure. The hospital side is better managed and more positive. If you are innovative, and want to develop new services or ways of doing things, do not work here. The only thing noticed is what you did wrong, with no encouragement for new and innovative programs, or services. The use of analytics, and stats to manage everything is central. However, even having great stats won't matter when the gossip mill catches up with you. There are many amazing employees here, but they all keep their head down, and fly under the radar. Those that settle in can and do stay for a long time and do a great job day after day. However, they see their superiors change constantly.
many amazing employees who care about the patients
for the amount of experience a person has the company doesn't pay well, if you have over 10 years of experience a referral coordinator should be paid very well, there's a shands side and uf health side, the uf health side receives more from the company than the shands side which isn't equally fair.
Patient Access Center Supervisor L2 (Former Employee) – Gainesville, FL – September 22, 2018
A typical day as a working supervisor was answering multiple questions from employees, trying to keep all referrals caught up, trying to field all questions from clinic managers, trying to keep up on referrals, and helping with phones all at the same time. Often times I had to work 60-80 hour work weeks to keep up.
Busy, often short-staffed, difficult to obtain additional staffing.
Pharmacy Technician I (Current Employee) – Florida – September 16, 2018
the typical day for me depends on the area you are staffing and the census for they day as it changes daily. We work around whatever we have to take make sure our patients are taking care of. The pace is never the same day to day. If its filling meds, delivering meds, or compounding we are all trying to work together to meet the needs of the patient.
The ER director is awesome and Wayne took very good care of his staff
RN Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – September 12, 2018
Management consistently checked on how the flow was going thru the enter er and would step up and help with anything that they could. On our busiest days we were provided lunch and could breeze thru and grab something and run back to our patient.s
Working for UF Shands was a great experience. Most of the staff were extremely helpful and patient. It is a trauma one hospital. You will experience many situation which will help increase your knowledge in your field.